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This is a two week study for the book titled Little Pilgrim's Progress, by Helen L. Taylor. Little Pilgrim's Progress is an easy-to-understand version of John Bunyan's classic story. This mini-guide is a bit different from all of the other mini-guides. Rather than 10 sections, the guide contains a question or activity for each of the first 49 (short) chapters. Then it contains questions or activities for some of the remaining chapters. Students create a "Way of the King" game board as they a
This is a mini-guide (a two-week study) for the book titled, by Marguerite de Angeli. In this book set in the Middle Ages, Robin discovers that -- despite handicaps -- he is able to serve his country. The mini-guide contains: vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: theme, alliteration, senses, compare/contrast, synonyms, personification, plants, prediction, simile, repetition, onomatopoeiarelated activitieslife applications/Biblewriting activitiesa crossword puzzlean answe
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Amos Fortune, Free Man, by Elizabeth Yates. In this book, Amos, an enslaved man, works for his freedom.This guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: graphs, poetry, alliteration, task chart, quotes, formulating a conclusion, matching dates, timelinewriting activities: write a letter and a short storyrelated activitiescraftslife applications/Biblea crossword puzzlean answer keyquestions and activities that
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Bound for Oregon, by Jean Van Leeuwen. In this book, the Todd family demonstrates true pioneering spirit on their two thousand mile trek. This mini-guide contains: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: point of view, similes, describing, idiom, creating lists, map work, compare and contrast, critical thinking, comparative and superlative adjectives, Continental Divide activitylife applications/Biblerelated a
This is a two-week study for the book titled All-of-a-Kind Family, by Sydney Taylor. This book contains the adventures of a Jewish family in New York in the early 1900s. The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: create a list, math, alliteration, effect/cause, sorting, repetition, following directions-cooking, time setting, matching writing to illustrationsrelated activities and informationlife applications/Bi
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled Twenty and Ten, by Claire Huchet Bishop. In this book, twenty children help hide ten Jewish children during World War II. This story is based on a true event.It is a Christmas Classics guide because the Christmas story is an integral part of the book, but the book can be read, studied, and enjoyed at any time of the year.The guide contains ten sections; these components are included: vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activit
This is a mini-guide (a two-week study) for the book titled The Door in the Wall, by Marguerite de Angeli. In this book set in the Middle Ages, Robin discovers that -- despite handicaps -- he is able to serve his country. The mini-guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: theme, alliteration, senses, compare/contrast, synonyms, personification, plants, prediction, simile, repetition, onomatopoeiarelated activitieslife applications/Biblewriting activitiesa crossw
\This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Secret of the Andes, by Ann Nolan Clark. In this book, Cusi, an Inca Indian boy who lives in the Andes Mountains, wonders why he lives a lifestyle that is different from the way others live. The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: alliteration, personification, sequence, compare/contrastrelated activitieslife applications/Bibleweb linksa crossword puzzl
This is a two-week literature guide for the book Forty Acres and Maybe a Mule, by Harriette Gillem Robinet. In this book, Pascal and his older brother Gideon attempt to claim the 40 acres (and a mule) that has the government has promised to former slaves. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: filling in charts, character webs, allusion, homonyms, map work, comparing and contrasting, parts of a story, creating a story mountain, reading aloud, poetry, read
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Star of Light. The original book was by Patricia St. John; this mini-guide is for the edition that was revised by Mary Mills. Read a short, free biography about Patricia St. John – and learn how to distinguish between Patricia St. John’s original writing and the revised books: An Introduction to Patricia St. John and Her Stories The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading a
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Treasures of the Snow. The original book was by Patricia St. John; this mini-guide is for the edition that was revised by Mary Mills. Read a short, free biography about Patricia St. John – and learn how to distinguish between Patricia St. John’s original writing and the revised books: An Introduction to Patricia St. John and Her Stories The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questions
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Snow Treasure, by Marie McSwigan. In this book, brave children help protect Norway's gold during World War II. The guide contains ten sections; the following components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: logic, allusion, onomatopoeia, personification, metaphor, suspense, cliffhanger, story retelling, formulating a conclusion, similes, critical thinkingrelated information and activitieslife application
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Ben and Me, by Robert Lawson. In this book, a mouse relates the story of Ben Franklin in a humorous and unique way.The guide contains: vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading and writing activities: apostrophes and possession, commas, adjectives, point of view, pronouns, capitalization, narration, similes, allusion, writing a short sequelrelated activitiesmap worklife applications/Biblea crossword puzzlequestions and activities th
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Mountain Born, by Elizabeth Yates. In this book, young Peter learned discovers the hardships and joys of a shepherd's life; a study of Psalm 23 is included. This mini-guide contains: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: setting, illustrations and writing, pros and cons, firsts, sequence, transitions, flashbacks, character toss game, connecting a task to a season, hinges, growing up, facts and opinions, mai
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Bound for Oregon, by Jean Van Leeuwen. In this book, the Todd family demonstrates true pioneering spirit on their two thousand mile trek. This mini-guide contains: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: point of view, similes, describing, idiom, creating lists, map work, compare and contrast, critical thinking, comparative and superlative adjectives, Continental Divide activitylife applications/Biblerelated ac
This is a two-week study for the book titled Paddle-to-the-Sea, by Holling Clancy Holling. The author tells the story of the adventures of a canoe named Paddle as it travels from a cabin near Lake Nipigon in Canada to the ocean.The mini-guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, action words, alliteration, personification, suspense, critical thinking, idiom, history review, story diagramrelated activitiesmap worka crossword puzzle
The reproducibles enable parents/teachers to use the mini-guide for Little Pilgrim's Progress with multiple students. The reproducibles include all of the fill-in-the-blank activities; after you purchase the reproducibles, you have permission to make a copy for each of your students. NOTES:The reproducibles are designed to be used with the mini-guide: Mini-Guide for Juniors: Little Pilgrim's Progress. An Answer Key is NOT provided for these reproducibles; the Answer Key at the end of the mini-g
This is a two-week study for the book titled Amos Fortune, Free Man, by Elizabeth Yates. In this book, Amos, an enslaved man, works for his freedom.This guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: graphs, poetry, alliteration, task chart, quotes, formulating a conclusion, matching dates, timelinewriting activities: write a letter and a short storyrelated activitiescraftslife applications/Biblea crossword puzzlean answer keyquestions and activities that can be use
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled The Matchlock Gun, by Walter Edmonds. In this book, young Edward protects his family from an Indian attack during one of the French and Indian Wars. The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: similes, senses, idiom, sequence, listening skills, puzzle, suspense, act out a scenewritingrelated activitiesmap worklife applications/Bibleweb linksa crafta crossword p
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled The Light at Tern Rock, by Julia L. Sauer. In this book, Ronnie and his aunt provide relief for a lighthouse keeper for two weeks in December. Ronnie loves the lighthouse, but is looking forward to being home for Christmas.The guide is a Christmas Classic because the story occurs at Christmastime, but the book can be read, studied, and enjoyed at any time of the year.The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabular
This is a two-week study for the book titled Twenty and Ten, by Claire Huchet Bishop. This book contains the true story of twenty children who helped hide ten Jewish children during World War II. It is a Christmas Classics guide because the Christmas story is an integral part of the book, but the book can be read, studied, and enjoyed at any time of the year. The guide contains ten sections; these components are included: vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: pronoun, K-W
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Sarah Whitcher's Story, by Elizabeth Yates. This miraculous account of the rescue of a three-year-old girl is based on a true story; it is set in 1783.The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: comparison/contrast, antonyms, similes, prediction, graphing, transitions, point of view, dialogue, effect/cause, create a board game, rainbow review of the storyrelated activitieslife applications/Bibleweb links
\This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled King of the Wind, by Marguerite Henry. In this book, Sham and the stable boy Agba travel from Morocco to France and then to England -- where Sham's majesty is finally recognized. The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: similes, alliteration, identify examples of the five senses, time setting, metaphor, onomatopoeia, repetition, the power of three, researc
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Gentle Ben, by Walt Morey. In this book, a boy named Mark buys an Alaskan brown bear. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: similes, metaphor, allusion, idiom, the senses: seeing/hearing/ smelling/feeling, facts/opinions, fill in an opinion chart, formulate a conclusion, cliffhanger, prediction, debate, identify the problem, onomatopoeia, suspense, descriptions, adjectivesrelated activitiesmap activ

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